Glory Catering's Katong shop closes Aug 31, business as usual for catering arm

While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.
While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.
While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.
While the closure of Glory Catering's 40-seat eatery in Katong may seem abrupt, it has been in the works for two years.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Customers have a photo taken outside Glory Catering on Aug 27, 2019.
Customers have a photo taken outside Glory Catering on Aug 27, 2019.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - Yet another heritage food outlet is closing - Glory Catering's 40-seat halal-certified eatery in Katong shutters on Aug 31.

It is the Glory brand's only retail shopfront that is known for its Peranakan-style nasi padang, Nonya kueh and popiah. During the festive seasons, it would also roll out goodies for Chinese New Year, as well as halal-certified rice dumplings and mooncakes.

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